Thomas Golf Hybrid 230cc Mini-Drivers Ladies Left Handed

Hybrid 230cc Mini-Drivers (Ladies: Left Handed) Switch Hand

  • Hybrid-like design delivers superior control and playability
  • Low center of gravity increases carry off the tee. Free Custom Club Fitting
  • Easier to hit from fairway due to smaller clubhead and shorter shaft
  • Patented shot alignment guide and flat crown ensure consistent, on-target aim and accuracy

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Thomas Golf Hybrid 230cc Mini-Drivers Ladies Left Handed

Thomas Golf Hybrid 230cc Mini-Drivers (Ladies: Left Handed)




Golfers everywhere have discovered the game-improving benefits of hybrid clubs. Yet many players struggle to get maximum distance and accuracy from today's drivers.

Thomas Golf developed the AT 705 Hybrid Driver to be as easy to hit as your favorite hybrid, without sacrificing distance off the tee. This unique club has been termed the "Mini Driver", with design characteristics of a hybrid, and is clearly a bold step forward in equipment technology and playability.

Unmatched Accuracy

  • Thomas Golf's patented alignment guide makes it easy to aim the clubface precisely at your target on each and every shot.
  • The club's level crown creates a wider effective hitting area for excellent forgiveness on off-center hits, so your misses finish closer to the target.
  • The AT 705 Hybrid Driver is equipped with a shorter shaft than conventional drivers, greatly aiding control and reducing the margin of your mis-hits. Graphite-shafted models feature a standard length of 43.5” (vs. 45.25” for most drivers); steel shafts are 42.5” (vs. 44.5” for other steel-shafted drivers).

Exceptional Distance

  • With a lower center of gravity (COG) than conventional drivers, the AT 705 delivers higher ball flight for extra carry distance off the tee.
  • The flat crown eliminates the energy-absorbing flex of traditional, dome-shaped drivers. That means more energy is transferred directly from your swing to the clubface and into the ball, resulting in longer drives.
  • For golfers with slower swing speeds, the club's loft of 10.5° increases launch angle and spin rate to keep the ball airborne and maximize distance.

Easier to Hit from the Fairway

Unless you're a pro, today's 460cc drivers are nearly impossible to hit from the fairway. The head of the AT 705 Hybrid Driver measures just 230cc – half the size of the largest models – which makes a big difference when setting up to hit a ball off the ground.

What's more, the shorter shaft promotes a compact, in-control swing, while the AT 705 Hybrid Driver's wide sole – like that of a fairway wood – helps you sweep the ball from a good lie. The club's low COG and 10.5° loft will send shots airborne with no special swing adjustments.

Precision Sweet-Spot Alignment

Like all Thomas Golf drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, the AT 705 Hybrid Driver features advanced top-plane technology. The level crown lowers the COG to directly align the sweet spot of the club with the sweet spot of the ball at setup – greatly boosting your chances of hitting it flush, generating maximum distance and optimum spin.

The Science of Correct Aim

Did you know that more than 85% of golfers suffer from chronic alignment and ball position issues? And that poor aim can actually cause – and conceal – long-term swing problems? It's true.

When a golfer repeatedly aligns left or right of the intended target, the body compensates by pushing or pulling the ball back on line. This exaggerated swing path becomes ingrained without the player ever realizing he's lining up improperly. Many times, he goes through a series of futile swing changes when all he really needs is correct alignment.

The culprit? The curvature of the traditional driver's clubface and crown, which create visual confusion and interfere with the golfer's ability to align the club to the target.

Thomas Golf's level top plane and patented alignment indicator are designed to eliminate this issue and get you set up correctly on every single shot. You'll begin aiming the club properly and, just as importantly, setting the feet, hips and shoulders square to your target line – the key to hitting long, accurate drives.

The Thomas Golf AT 705 Hybrid Driver delivers incredible distance, accuracy, forgiveness, trajectory, sound and feel. It takes driver playability to a whole new level.


Thomas Golf Hybrid 230cc Mini-Drivers Ladies Left Handed

This table provides detailed information about the shafts and grips you may choose from when you build your custom clubs by clicking the "Buy" button above.

SHAFTS

Thomas Golf Hybrid 230cc Mini-Drivers Ladies Left Handed

Ladies Champagne Graphite Shafts

THOMAS Frequency & Flex Matched tour-grade Ladies shafts made of premium super high modulus graphite fibers provide a light weight of 77 grams for increased swing speed, while maintaining a low torque of 4.8° to reduce head twisting and lagging at impact, resulting in increased shot accuracy. THOMAS shafts are seamless and have been specifically designed to match and optimize the performance of THOMAS heads for alignment accuracy and ball flight. Specialized Low Kick-Point to assist in achieving higher shot trajectory, while maintaining optimum shot control. Each shaft undergoes extensive testing including Bend Stressing and Frequency Calibration ensuring integrity and consistency from shaft to shaft.




GRIPS

Thomas Golf Hybrid 230cc Mini-Drivers Ladies Left Handed

TG-Pro Grips (Small, Standard, Mid-sized)

  • This newly engineered compound provides the optimum balance of comfort, control, traction and shock absorption.
  • Distinctive gold-filled hand placement guide for consistent gripping and accurate club alignment will contribute to greater shot accuracy.
  • Specially designed multi-tread patterns provide exceptional traction and surface feel in each section of the grip.




Thomas Golf Hybrid 230cc Mini-Drivers Ladies Left Handed

TG-Pro Grips (Oversized)

  • This newly engineered compound provides the optimum balance of comfort, control, traction and shock absorption.
  • Paint-filled hand placement reference markers for consistent gripping and accurate club alignment to aid in shot accuracy.
  • Specially designed tread pattern provides exceptional traction and surface feel.

For additional shaft questions Click Here to be Custom Fitted by a professional club builder.


Thomas Golf Hybrid 230cc Mini-Drivers Ladies Left Handed

Test results by an independent research study at the University of Central Florida

Players did not have any previous experience with Thomas Golf clubs, and were not informed as to the purpose of the club's design.

Handicap breakdown: Low = scratch-5 Mid = 6-12 High = 13+

Review Goolf Thanks

Just wanted to let you know I received my Thomas hybrid driver and Thomas hybrids pw through 6 and couldn't be happier. I still haven't been able to see any imperfection in the clubs even though I ordered them with minor cosmetic flaws. I've only cracked 50 (9 holes)a couple times this year but earlier today I shot a 45 using my new hybrids. Love the hybrid driver. I averaged 190 yds off the tee which is good for my as a 68 year old and was able to hit it from the fairway too. Will probably pick up a SW later on this year. Thanks, Joe B.

Thank You,

Joe B

Review Goolf Thanks

Hi I think your site is great, since I located it I have learnt so much which in turn has helped my golf.

I am in my 70s and have only been playing for about 5 years so all your info has been great. I have just purchased your Hybrid Driver and it has helped me so much I am now slowly eliminating my slicing of the ball.

It is a shame I live in New Zealand as the cost of getting your clubs to me are high, but I will be purchasing more at a future date. Once again many thanks and please keep on with the tuition.

Peter H NZ

Thomas Golf Left AT 705 Hybrid Driver Review

Hybrid Driver 230cc, AT705 (10.5°) (LH) (Mens : Left Handed)




Wow, nothing less than wow factor!!! I am so happy with my new clubs. Your hybrids are awesome! I'm a disabled veteran and can play golf again. What a joy. Thank you for your dedication to making the game of golf playable for all of us! My deepest thanks.

Thank You,

Phillip

club tester AT 705 driver 1

Club tested: Thomas Golf AT705 Hybrid Mini Driver

Club specs: Hand – Right; Loft – 10.5°; Lie – 56°; Length – 43.5”; Shaft – Graphite, “S” (stiff) flex

Price as tested: $139 (regularly $238)

About Thomas Golf products: All equipment made by Thomas Golf features the company's patented Shot Accuracy Technology, an alignment indicator on the top of the club which helps assure precise aim. The company offers free custom fitting of all clubs on its website and sells its products exclusively online.

Club notes: In tandem with the AT725 Square Hybrid Driver, the AT705 model is Thomas Golf's bid to offer a different kind of driver. With its (relatively) small clubhead and shorter-than-standard shaft, the club is something of an antidote to the long, monster-headed drivers currently dominating the market.

club tester AT 705 minidriver 2

We tested the AT705 with standard specs for loft, length and lie, with the company's Ultralite – Low Torque graphite shaft (60 grams) in Stiff flex. Thomas also offers Regular (R) and Senior (A) versions of the shaft; a steel option is available as well.

At address: If you're one of those golfers who's never gotten used to looking down at an enormous clubhead, the AT705 will please your eye. At 230cc (cubic centimeters), the head is just half the size of the maximum volume allowed by golf's rules. And, as its name suggests, it's built like a hybrid – pretty and pear-shaped, inviting rather than intimidating.

Setting up squarely is a cinch. The alignment aid and flat crown are Thomas Golf's calling cards, and they definitely foster confidence at address.

One additional note about the club at setup: Because it's slightly shorter than a standard driver, the company recommends a ball position of an inch or two inside the left heel, similar to a 3-wood. More on this in a moment.

Swinging it: Remember how it felt to swing first-generation oversized drivers? The AT705 is like that, only in reverse. Though it's actually bigger than Callaway's original Big Bertha – can you believe it was only 190cc? – the AT705 feels refreshingly small compared to today's typical driver. It's more like swinging a hybrid, which was exactly what Thomas was going for in designing the club.

club tester AT 705 driver 3

At impact: Sweet. The AT705 Hybrid Driver feels quite flush on center contact, without the metallic, window-rattling “clang” of some 460cc models. The high-modulus graphite shaft and Thomas Golf's proprietary compound grip dampen miss-hits while providing adequate feedback.

Ball in flight: Our tester, a mid-handicapper, noted that you don't have to catch the AT705 Hybrid Driver near the top of the clubface to produce nice, high tee shots. (Nor do you need skyscraper tees to hoist the ball high enough to get it airborne.) In fact, he was able to vary trajectory, without changing his swing, by simply teeing the ball lower or higher.

Back to the earlier point about ball position. We experimented with a variety of position, from off the left heel to several inches inside the heel. Best results were produced by a position just a little right of a standard driver, where the club naturally bottoms out. We suggest spending some range time determining a spot that works best with your swing.

Playability & forgiveness: Better golfers will appreciate the AT705 Hybrid Driver's playability. For starters, it's much easier to hit a draw with this club than with a standard-sized driver. Conversely, the 10.5° loft and shorter shaft seem to take some of the curve off slices.

Here's the kicker: Our mid-handicapper was able to hit the AT705 “off the deck,” placing several balls on the ground, sans tee, and getting most of them airborne. Try that with your 460cc, 9° model.

Bottom line: The AT705 Hybrid Driver is an interesting concept that works in real life. We'd even consider adding it to the set as a second driver – especially on courses with tight fairways or long par 5s – or as an alternative to our regular “gamer” when conditions call for precise control. At just $139 when tested in April 2013, and a steal even at the full retail price of $238, it's affordable enough to grab one and experiment. This club has “secret weapon” written all over it.

Mini Driver With Hybrid Club Look: Test and Review

Hybrid clubs, those gifts from the golf gods, have transformed the game for many of us. No longer does a 180-yard carry over water mean an automatic layup. The sting of a skulled 3-iron is but a distant, unpleasant memory.




Then there's the driver. Despite technological advances straight out of a Michael Crichton novel, the #1 wood remains a bugaboo to legions of players. No matter how much we practice or how many different models we try, the colossal clubheads and extra-long shafts just don't agree with our swings.

Enter Thomas Golf. A leading manufacturer of premium custom equipment – sold exclusively though its website – the company recently introduced the AT 705 Hybrid Driver.

You read that right: a hybrid driver. Not to be confused with the 1-hybrid (16° loft) offered with Thomas' AT 705 hybrid set, the Hybrid Driver is intended to replace your actual driver. Based on our tests, it's definitely worth a try.

First, a few basic facts about the AT 705 Hybrid Driver:

Loft: 10.5°

Lie: 56°

Length: 43.5” (graphite shaft), 42.5” (steel)

Available Shaft Flexes: R (regular), S (stiff) and A (senior) in both graphite and steel

Clubhead Size: 230cc

Hand: Right and left available

Note: Thomas Golf offers free custom fitting on its website, so your club's specs may differ from standard.

What sets the Thomas Golf AT 705 Hybrid Driver apart from the pack? In a word, controllable. While the big manufacturers obsess over beating each other's distance claims, Thomas recognized that many everyday golfers have difficulty wielding modern drivers with any semblance of consistent accuracy. At the same time, Thomas noted how successfully golfers have integrated hybrids into their sets – and how much easier the clubs have made things for the Average Joe. With a trio of its own 460cc drivers already on the market, plus a pair of 380cc models, the company had a bright idea:

Let's make a driver that's as easy to hit as a hybrid. The AT 705 delivers on the promise. With a sleekly shaped clubhead that's half the maximum allowable size (yet still bigger than the original Big Bertha), it provides a refreshingly “hittable” look at address. It should prove especially appealing to golfers who feel confident with the setup appearance of regular hybrids.

The other big difference is the AT 705 shaft. While standard driver shaft lengths have crept up over 45”, this one checks in at just 43.5” in the graphite model. This is a particularly welcome change. Sure, longer shafts produce longer shots, but only if you've got the swing to control them. Otherwise, the added inches only make it harder to find the sweet spot – and off-center hits lose considerable distance.

Last but not least, the AT 705 Hybrid Driver is much, much easier to hit off the fairway than a conventional driver. Again, chalk that up to the small, hybrid-shaped head, the wide sole and short shaft. If you relish the chance to hit driver off the deck but have no confidence in your super-sized model, this one could make your dream come true.

When designing the AT 705, Thomas Golf left one thing alone: the company's patented shot alignment indicator. Paired with the club's flat crown, the indicator line eliminates any uncertainty about exactly where you're aimed. If the guide looks like it's pointed at your target, it's pointed at your target.

Oh, and don't worry about sacrificing distance with this club. It's got plenty of loft and a low center of gravity to generate a high launch and ample carry distance. Besides, any club that boosts your confidence will promote a more authoritative swing and better contact. Which is exactly what you can expect with the Thomas Golf AT 705 Hybrid Driver.
For more information, visit thomasgolf.com/Drivers

Thomas Golf has brought a NEW type of Driver that will make any handicap golfer want to trade in that third wedge in the bag and carry two Drivers. Make room for this Alignment Patent designed Hybrid Driver.



Thomas Golf AT705 Hybrid Driver The Best New Second MiniDriver

The AT705 has a look and feel like no other with the Thomas Golf signature, patented Shot Accuracy Technology, alignment line on the top of the club giving the golfer a confident alignment with a target.



The Look: Over recent years, name brand drivers seem to be getting bigger, more colorful, and operating like a Swiss Army Knife with more add-ons every year. Some players are intimidated by Drivers that now have wrenches, screwdrivers, and weights to add on to the colossal head. If you are not looking for your driver to make you an espresso and scratch your back on the first tee box, than the AT705 will give you the smaller head, and shorter shaft you are looking for.

The Feel: With its smaller club head (230cc) and shorter than standard shaft, the AT705 Hybrid Driver delivers a Low Iron Hybrid feel with a strong loft Driver club head. Having this advanced shaft for a Driver gives an immediate aura of power combined with control. The Thomas Golf Brand offers free club fitting, by making the club just for you at the time you order, allowing the same sensation and vibe of adjusting a driver's seat in an luxury automobile to give the unmatchable feeling of comfort.

In The Bag: All avid Golfers have multiple wedges in their bag for a variety of different shots, depending on the scenario. If the shot calls for a flop over a bunker, than a high degree (58-64) wedge is used in the front of the stance. If you are 100 yards out, than a lower degree; (48-56) fuller, back of the stance shot is used to allow for backspin. Thomas Golf has now brought a similar feel to the Driver by issuing a Hybrid style. There is no better feeling than teeing up a ball to a wide open grass area with no trees or traps around for hundreds of yards where you can really let that 460cc driver rip. This, as you may find out, is not always the case. The same as not always having a full wedge swing to the green. Some holes start out narrow and force the player to hit a conservative drive off the tee with a wood or a low iron. Instead of trying to overpower a 3 wood or hit a knock down 4 iron, the AT705 can work as a second, more conservative Driver to its 460cc older brother without sacrificing too much distance.

The Swing: The AT705 Hybrid Driver has a controlled balanced swing that you are use to in a Hybrid club and the shorter shaft provides playability for better golfers and stability for beginners. The smaller club head and hybrid feel is reinvigorating when making contact with the ball. With a higher loft, (10.5 degree) the ball at impact has a controlled path to the desired target space making long shots fun.

On The Course: Par 5 problems usually happen on the second approach shot. There is always that little voice in your head telling you to go for it. Now you can go for most par 5's in two, by hitting a clean fairway shot with the AT705 Hybrid Driver. The AT705's advanced hybrid technology can do this with leaving the tee in your pocket and your conscience clean. Our mid-handicapper was able to hit the AT705 “off the deck,” placing several balls on the ground and getting most of them airborne with good distance allowing those mid sized par 5s to be reachable in two!

Come on Down: The AT705 Hybrid Driver is a one of a kind club that you can only find at ThomasGolf.com. This new design will have you thinking up new shots to try at the range, on the tee box, and in the fairway. The precise control and comfort of the club will make a downright dynamite addition to your set. With the sale price of $139, the only hard decision to make is what wedge will you leave in your truck.

Hybrid Driver AT705 10.5 Degree Loft by Thomas Golf

Thomas Golf AT705 Mini Hybrid Driver Review

  • Hybrid-like design delivers superior control and playability
  • This "Mini-Driver" is easier to hit from fairway due to its smaller 230cc head & shorter shaft
  • Low center of gravity increases carry off the tee
  • Patented shot alignment guide and flat crown ensure consistent, on-target aim and accuracy

Golfers everywhere have discovered the game-improving benefits of hybrid clubs. Yet many players struggle to get maximum distance and accuracy from today's drivers.

Thomas Golf developed the AT 705 Hybrid Driver to be as easy to hit as your favorite hybrid, without sacrificing distance off the tee. This unique club has been called the "Mini Driver", with design characteristics of a hybrid; it is clearly a bold step forward in equipment technology and playability.

Unmatched Accuracy



  • Thomas Golf's patented alignment guide makes it easy to aim the clubface precisely at your target on each and every shot.
  • The club's level crown creates a wider effective hitting area for excellent forgiveness on off-center hits, so your misses finish closer to the target.
  • The AT 705 Hybrid Driver is equipped with a shorter shaft than conventional drivers, greatly aiding control and reducing the margin of your mis-hits. Graphite-shafted models feature a standard length of 43.5” (vs. 45.25” for most drivers); steel shafts are 42.5” (vs. 44.5” for other steel-shafted drivers).

Exceptional Distance



  • With a lower center of gravity (COG) than conventional drivers, the AT 705 delivers higher ball flight for extra carry distance off the tee.
  • The flat crown eliminates the energy-absorbing flex of traditional, dome-shaped drivers. That means more energy is transferred directly from your swing to the clubface and into the ball, resulting in longer drives.
  • For golfers with slower swing speeds, the club's loft of 10.5° increases launch angle and spin rate to keep the ball airborne and maximize distance.
  • Easier to Hit from the Fairway

Unless you're a pro, today's 460cc drivers are nearly impossible to hit from the fairway. The head of the AT 705 Hybrid Driver measures just 230cc – half the size of the largest models – which makes a big difference when setting up to hit a ball off the ground.

What's more, the shorter shaft promotes a compact, in-control swing, while the AT 705 Hybrid Driver's wide sole – like that of a fairway wood – helps you sweep the ball from a good lie. The club's low COG and 10.5° loft will send shots airborne with no special swing adjustments.

Precision Sweet-Spot Alignment



Like all Thomas Golf drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, the AT 705 Hybrid Driver features advanced top-plane technology. The level crown lowers the COG to directly align the sweet spot of the club with the sweet spot of the ball at setup – greatly boosting your chances of hitting it flush, generating maximum distance and optimum spin.

The Science of Correct Aim



Did you know that more than 85% of golfers suffer from chronic alignment and ball position issues? And that poor aim can actually cause – and conceal – long-term swing problems? It's true.

When a golfer repeatedly aligns left or right of the intended target, the body compensates by pushing or pulling the ball back on line. This exaggerated swing path becomes ingrained without the player ever realizing he's lining up improperly. Many times, he goes through a series of futile swing changes when all he really needs is correct alignment.

The culprit? The curvature of the traditional driver's clubface and crown, which create visual confusion and interfere with the golfer's ability to align the club to the target.

Thomas Golf's level top plane and patented alignment indicator are designed to eliminate this issue and get you set up correctly on every single shot. You'll begin aiming the club properly and, just as importantly, setting the feet, hips and shoulders square to your target line – the key to hitting long, accurate drives.

The Thomas Golf AT 705 Hybrid Driver delivers incredible distance, accuracy, forgiveness, trajectory, sound and feel. It takes driver playability to a whole new level.

Mini Driver With Hybrid Club Look: Test and Review

Hybrid clubs, those gifts from the golf gods, have transformed the game for many of us. No longer does a 180-yard carry over water mean an automatic layup. The sting of a skulled 3-iron is but a distant, unpleasant memory.




Then there's the driver. Despite technological advances straight out of a Michael Crichton novel, the #1 wood remains a bugaboo to legions of players. No matter how much we practice or how many different models we try, the colossal clubheads and extra-long shafts just don't agree with our swings.

Enter Thomas Golf. A leading manufacturer of premium custom equipment – sold exclusively though its website – the company recently introduced the AT 705 Hybrid Driver.

You read that right: a hybrid driver. Not to be confused with the 1-hybrid (16° loft) offered with Thomas' AT 705 hybrid set, the Hybrid Driver is intended to replace your actual driver. Based on our tests, it's definitely worth a try.

First, a few basic facts about the AT 705 Hybrid Driver:

Loft: 10.5°

Lie: 56°

Length: 43.5” (graphite shaft), 42.5” (steel)

Available Shaft Flexes: R (regular), S (stiff) and A (senior) in both graphite and steel

Clubhead Size: 230cc

Hand: Right and left available

Note: Thomas Golf offers free custom fitting on its website, so your club's specs may differ from standard.

What sets the Thomas Golf AT 705 Hybrid Driver apart from the pack? In a word, controllable. While the big manufacturers obsess over beating each other's distance claims, Thomas recognized that many everyday golfers have difficulty wielding modern drivers with any semblance of consistent accuracy. At the same time, Thomas noted how successfully golfers have integrated hybrids into their sets – and how much easier the clubs have made things for the Average Joe. With a trio of its own 460cc drivers already on the market, plus a pair of 380cc models, the company had a bright idea:

Let's make a driver that's as easy to hit as a hybrid. The AT 705 delivers on the promise. With a sleekly shaped clubhead that's half the maximum allowable size (yet still bigger than the original Big Bertha), it provides a refreshingly “hittable” look at address. It should prove especially appealing to golfers who feel confident with the setup appearance of regular hybrids.

The other big difference is the AT 705 shaft. While standard driver shaft lengths have crept up over 45”, this one checks in at just 43.5” in the graphite model. This is a particularly welcome change. Sure, longer shafts produce longer shots, but only if you've got the swing to control them. Otherwise, the added inches only make it harder to find the sweet spot – and off-center hits lose considerable distance.

Last but not least, the AT 705 Hybrid Driver is much, much easier to hit off the fairway than a conventional driver. Again, chalk that up to the small, hybrid-shaped head, the wide sole and short shaft. If you relish the chance to hit driver off the deck but have no confidence in your super-sized model, this one could make your dream come true.

When designing the AT 705, Thomas Golf left one thing alone: the company's patented shot alignment indicator. Paired with the club's flat crown, the indicator line eliminates any uncertainty about exactly where you're aimed. If the guide looks like it's pointed at your target, it's pointed at your target.

Oh, and don't worry about sacrificing distance with this club. It's got plenty of loft and a low center of gravity to generate a high launch and ample carry distance. Besides, any club that boosts your confidence will promote a more authoritative swing and better contact. Which is exactly what you can expect with the Thomas Golf AT 705 Hybrid Driver.
For more information, visit thomasgolf.com/Drivers